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Poetry Project

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Radha Patel

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Transcript of Poetry Project

Welcome To The Auditorium of Poetry
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1. THE RISE OF SYMBOLISM
The rose symbolizes that objectives aren’t easy for everyone, most of the time they are hidden, as time passes sometimes you lose faith that things will change (the petals falling), but when someone opens up about it it’s a beautiful moment.
The glass slipper symbolizes to settle for someone you love and hope. It also symbolizes that love can have you head over heels.
The spinning wheel in that movie represents that there are temptations in life and we have to be careful.
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THE RISE OF SYMBOLISM
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2. THE WRATH OF HYPERBOLE
2. The Wrath Of Hyperbole
Hyperbole is an extreme exaggeration
When the puppy says, "I can eat a whole elephant" He is exaggerating. No one can eat a whole elephant.
The hyperbole in the video from the Sand Lot is "Your killing me smalls". Smalls isn't really killing him its just an exaggeration that smalls doesn't know what s'mores are.
"He was so deadly in fact, his opponents would become blind from exposure to his awesomeness." Is a extreme exaggeration because no one can become blind from exposure to awesomeness.
3. WHEN IN PERSONIFICATION
3. WHEN IN PERSONIFICATION
4. ALLITERATIONS INC.
"Black, Black, Black and blue beat me till I'm numb" is using Alliteration because is is repeating the letter "B" at the beginning of the words.
4. ALLITERATION INC.
The Cinnamon Toast Crunch have human qualities. They All have mouths, tongues,and eyes.
The cookies in the commercial have human qualities. They can talk, eat, see, and feel.
5. THE END OF RHYME
Alliteration is the repeating of the begging constant of a word with multiple words in series.
Katy Perry would always repeat the words "you're and you". When you repeat the same words its called repetition.
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Giving a non human
thing qualities of a
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6. SMILE FOR SIMILE
6. Smile For Similes
A simile compares two objects/things using like or as.
The Simile in this song is "It felt like I couldn't breath..." She is comparing "It" with not being able to breath.
When Pooh bear says that he is going to "Fly like a bee up to the honey tree", he is using a simile to compare himself to a bee.
When he sings"We must be swift as a coursing river with all the force of a great typhoon, With all the strength of a raging fire, Mysterious as the dark side of the moon", He is using a simile because he's comparing his men with Typhoon, a raging fire, and a mysterious moon.
In the movie
Forest Gump
the man Forest said, "Life is like a box of chocolate". The quote above is a simile because its comparing a life with a box of chocolate.
Forest said, " I can eat about a million and a half of these." Forest is just exaggerating, or using a hyperbole, that he can't actually eat a thousand chocolates.
Katniss says that "Those guys are looking at you like you're a meal", She is using a smile because she is comparing him to meal.
7. THE ONOMATOPOEIA SIDE
7. THE ONOMATOPOEIA SIDE
ONOMATOPOEIA is using word to describe sounds and are written the way the sound is made.
The words that popped up were examples of Onomatopoeia! Some examples listed were Crash, Smash, Zoink, Boom, Crackle, Wham, etc.
8. THE EXTEND OF METAPHORS
8. THE EXTEND OF METAPHORS
A metaphor compares two objects/things without using like or as. It is also very similar to a simile.
An extended metaphor is continuously using the same object to compare things to. (2-3 lines.
This song has an extended metaphor because it continues to talk about how life is. Some examples of what was stated was:

"Life is too late for the other side."
"Caught in a chase, 25 to life"
" Life is tripping"

etc.
9. METAPHOR ON DECK
9. METAPHOR ON DECK
Like said before, a metaphor compare to objects/things without using like or as.
When the Genie said "Life is your restaurant," he used a metaphor because he is comparing two objects/things with another.
Winnie the Pooh compares himself to a rain cloud by using a metaphor. The metaphor was, "I'm just a little black rain cloud."
10. REPEATING REPETITION
10. REPEATING REPETITION
Repetition is repeating word(s) over and over and over and over again.
The word "Chim" is repeated several times in an order like repetition in a poem would be.
5. THE END OF RHYME
End rhymes are rhyming words that are located at the end of lines in a stanza.
When she sings, "Throw your soul through every open door ,
Count your blessings to find what you look for," it uses end rhyme because for, and door rhyme.
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Symbolism is using an object/person/place/thing to represent another thing.
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